Walk tall Fred
I can say hand on heart that Councillor Fred Barnes deserves to be re-elected. Look at Fred s record and you will see he has over the past three years worked tirelessly for the benefit of our local community. Fred might not have his face spread all over
I can say hand on heart that Councillor Fred Barnes deserves to be re-elected. Look at Fred's record and you will see he has over the past three years worked tirelessly for the benefit of our local community. Fred might not have his face spread all over the newspapers and magazines telling you what he has done but believe me Fred's been working hard especially for the youth and the young of our community.
Councillor Barnes and I have had many a run in and he will tell you this himself and I haven't always agreed with him but I respect him for his work and for what he has done for this community.
We are told constantly that if we have a problem to contact our local councillors, Fred holds a surgery once a month and is available 24 hours and seven days a week and that is a fact!
I would like to keep personal issues out of politics and then and only then will we get the right man for the job and that in my humble opinion is Fred Barnes.
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To Fred I say this Well Done! Walk tall because you have at least stood firm in your principals.
To all of the residents of Thames Ward I urge you to support Fred and to ensure at the next local elections Fred Barnes is one of our candidates.
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